BRA – Stavis Seafoods Development – Massachusetts - Project Profile
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Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) is planning to undertake the construction of Stavis Seafoods in County, Massachusetts, the US.
The project involves the construction of a cargo terminal on 12ha of land. It includes the construction of a seafood processing unit, marine warehousing, 12,077m2 area of office building, 160 parking spaces, and the installation of machinery, safety and security systems.
Cargo Ventures LLC has been appointed as associate developer, Epsilon Associates, Inc. is the Environmental consultant, MP MMT Development Co LLC is associated developer.
In April 2014, BRA approved the revised project plans.
In November 2016, a revised planning application was submitted to the Boston Planning & Development Agency.
The project involves the construction of Stavis Seafoods on 12ha of land in Boston, Massachusetts, the US.
The US$210 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a seafood processing unit
2. Construction of marine warehousing
3. Construction of 12,077m2 area of office building
4. Construction of 160 parking spaces
5. Installation of machinery
6. Installation of safety and security systems
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